#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for April, 2009

Slam Dunk!

As of this week, “Tyler” is #12 on the NYT bestseller list! YES!

Thank you, one and all, for making it happen.

I’ve been working on “Tate”, and hope to be reporting similar exciting news next year, when the new trilogy hits the book stores. You won’t have to wait that long for new stories, of course–“The Bridegroom”, a Stone Creek historical set in the early 20th century, is scheduled for this August. “A Creed Country Christmas” will be available in November, in gift hardcover, and “At Home in Stone Creek”, a Silhouette Special Edition, comes out in December. Soon

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Good News

I don’t have Swine Flu. I’m just a little crazy. :)

The Creed boys continue to sell like sexy cowboys ought to. If we hit the New York Times list today, that will make 12 straight weeks in the top 15! Yee-haw. I’ll be sure to post the news here as soon as I receive it, which will be late today.

Along with drafting my new book, “Tate”, (One of the Texas McKettricks if you just tuned in) I’ve been making ATCs like crazy. I’ve got a batch of reader mail to go through and I’m really hoping some of you

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.